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we all know they got the chicken down but their chips are weeeeeakk
works for me
Burger King fries are the fucking worst.
Nip past the local chippy and get a bag of chips for a quid on the way home. In fact, skip the crappy chicken and get some fish, a pie or a kebab instead while you are there.
But the chicken is so far ahead of the game that it really doesn't matter.
No one wants to eat limp dick soggy chips. Luckily in SE London we have the fabulous Morley's. Their chips are on point and their spicy wings are sick.
but I guess in SoCal we prefer the Mexican joints, like El Pollo Loco, for chicken. Who, btw, make really good, crispy fries.
Thanks in advance.
How can something so wrong be soo good?
Then went and got chicken from KFC.
He's never had a girlfriend.
The joy of a Zinger Fillet Tower makes up for the chips failure.
Rather than say a McDonalds where you just feel sick and wrong rather than your hunger satiated per se. Of all the crappy chain takeaways it is one of the better ones, but I'd still rather go to pretty much any greasy non-chain kebab shop for a naughty snack.
going to KFC and then complaining about the food is a bit like sticking your cock in a mechanical pencil sharpener and then complaining because it was a shitty sexual experience
eating at KFC?
A Zinger Tower meal is obviously a wonderful thing, but you can get a (slightly inferior but still tasty) alternative burger at Dixie Chicken next door, AND three times as many fries, AND Coke in a can instead of a cup so it won't spill while you're cycling home, AND a couple of extra hot wings if you're especially peckish, and still pay nearly £2 less than you would at KFC
They're nice and plump and I don't mind them limp. They are an all-round good french fry. I don't understand the pursuit of crispiness being the important thing in the fry world. I like 'em.
KFC and Burger King chips are both alright.
Let's stop having the same conversation year after year about it.